Pokemon Quiz (Hard)

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How well do you know Pokemon? From stats, to types, to moves, and more!

  • 1
    What is Lucario's highest base statistic?
    What is Lucario's highest base statistic?
  • 2
    Which move is Nidoqueen incapable of knowing? (As of Gen 7)
    Which move is Nidoqueen incapable of knowing? (As of Gen 7)
  • 3
    Which Pokemon is weak to Freeze-Dry?
    Which Pokemon is weak to Freeze-Dry?

  • 4
    What is the base statistic total of Dragonite?
    What is the base statistic total of Dragonite?
  • 5
    Which Pokemon is NOT known as the "Tiny Bird Pokemon"?
    Which Pokemon is NOT known as the "Tiny Bird Pokemon"?
  • 6
    Where do you pick your Gen 1 starter in Pokemon X and Y?
    Where do you pick your Gen 1 starter in Pokemon X and Y?

  • 7
    Which Pokemon had no weakness until Gen 6?
    Which Pokemon had no weakness until Gen 6?
  • 8
    What is N's real first name?
    What is N's real first name?
  • 9
    What is the name of Zoroark's Ability?
    What is the name of Zoroark's Ability?
  • 10
    What is the name of Gen 3's Professor?
    What is the name of Gen 3's Professor?

  • 11
    Which move has 80% accuracy?
    Which move has 80% accuracy?
  • 12
    How many different kinds of pokeballs are in the core series? (As of Gen 7)
    How many different kinds of pokeballs are in the core series? (As of Gen 7)
  • 13
    What is Sandslash's speed?
    What is Sandslash's speed?
  • 14
    Which type was considered special in Gen 2?
    Which type was considered special in Gen 2?
  • 15
    What is the total number of Dragon Pokemon? (As of Gen 7) (Not counting variants of same Pokemon or Megas)
    What is the total number of Dragon Pokemon? (As of Gen 7) (Not counting variants of same Pokemon or Megas)

Comments (1)

autorenew

338 days ago
About number 3, Kingdra is a Water and Dragon type, Its only weak to Dragon type moves. It resists ice because of its water counterpart.